The Proposal

The Proposal

When she learns she's in danger of losing her visa status and being deported, overbearing book editor Margaret Tate forces her put-upon assistant, Andrew Paxton, to marry her.

A pushy boss forces her young assistant to marry her in order to keep her Visa status in the U.S. and avoid deportation to Canada. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Proposal torrent reviews

Katelyn I (es) wrote: i have this movie and it is great

Rebecca E (br) wrote: I read the book now I want to see the movie.

Olivier B (nl) wrote: One of the strangest horror movies I've ever seen. I'm still between: Is it so bad it's good or just so bad?

Carl N (de) wrote: I seen some good Italian zombie films but this isn't one of them. I'm afraid this is likely to provoke yawns instead of shudders. The plot and the actors are more horrific than the actual story. I can't blame Fulci as it wasn't really directed by him but by Bruno Mattei. Fulci could see this as a sinking ship and jumped off. The final straw for me was the fact that the zombies were too smart. A few of them spoke and they were using weapons? Poor! Stick to the original Zombi.

Cyrille P (fr) wrote: ?a rime quoi tout ca? Je cherche encore l'intrt de cette histoire. ?a part un peu dans tous les sens et j'ai eu beaucoup de mal tenir jusqu'au bout. Je ne vous le conseille pas, donc!

Mark N (br) wrote: The worst of 80's Sci-fi / Romance. Dire.

Chris W (mx) wrote: I'm generally extremely kind and understanding when I rate and review movies. Very rarely do I ever give out a rating this low. This time, I just could't hold back. Even for a low-budget, cheesy exploitation picture, this is just pure dog shit. It's more martial arts than blaxploitation (which I'm okay with). However, I was led to believe there would be some crossover as this was apparently supposed to be a sequel of sorts to Black Belt Jones. However, the only things linking the two are Jim Kelly and Oscar Williams. They don't even call Kelly's character Black Belt Jones...they just call him Jones. Anyway, this movie, unless you read into it, can't be blaxploitation since Kelly is a token here. You could read into it and say that because he is a token it is exploitative, but i refuse to do that as this film ain't worth reading into or analyzing. The writing and direction are crap, the performances are terrible (even Kelly is just okay), Rhino is an annoying and obnoxious character, and this film is just plain boring. Maybe a couple of the action scenes are mildly okay, but the majority of this film is retarded, inept, and just awful. The DVD cover makes it seem like it will be some sort of cool Indiana Jones type of film. I would actually have enjoyed that, as that would have been cool (had it been done right, that is). This is just crap. They even rip off paets of the James Bond theme in what I believe was an attempt to be cool and reerential. It just comes off as stupid and the rest of the film. Even one moment where they make a funny reference/joke to Tom Jones (which I liked) is ruined by the fact that they take it too far and it becomes overbearing, offensive, and dull. Avoid this one. It gives genre pictures a bad name.

Olly H (de) wrote: excellent movie...with very actual content

Jukka K (nl) wrote: The romance part is quite unsuccesful and the plot turns in the end, while perfectly fine, feel contrived. The heist part is great, the narration works and both leads are superb.

David J (gb) wrote: "We Need to Talk About Kevin" is an unsettling, true-to-life psychological thriller featuring a career-defining performance from Swinton. If only we could say a little more about Kevin, or, at least, more than "He doesn't seem all that realistic, even for a serial killer."

Amanda H (mx) wrote: If you have a problem with movies bearing an overtly Christian theme, this is not for you. If you can keep an open mind and just watch a film for the sake of its story, it's worth sitting through. It's clearly low budget and I had never seen or any of the actors, but for what it is, I enjoyed it. It was a nice change from all the negativity that dominates most entertainment. It'll never be my all-time favorite movie, but it's worth seeing.